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Isaiah 61:1

"The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners."

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Article of the Month

Feb 6, 2017

Top Ten Tips for Co-Parenting- Part 4

Hold your Tongue. Do not argue in front of your children…period. Heated conversations regarding schedules, finances or personal issues should take place on the phone when your children are not around.

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Jan 23, 2017

Where Did He Go?

The teacher looked on, as 4-year old Elsa clung to her mom and screamed, “Don’t weave me, Mommy. Please don’t weave me.” The teacher was confused because little Elsa had always loved coming to her Sunday school class. Mom seemed at a loss as to how to comfort Elsa and get her into the class. The teacher gradually moved into the scene, and with her calm and soft voice, she was able to distract Elsa from her mother.

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Jan 5, 2017

Top Ten Tips for Co-Parenting- Part 3

Be Flexible. Be willing to alter the visitation schedule. Consistency is usually always the best policy except if being flexible makes it more possible for your children to develop a better relationship with their other parent.

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Krista's Blog

Feb 15, 2017

WELCOME TO 2017 (Part 2)

Last month I shared some observations as we move into a new year by taking a minute and reflecting on the past year, like looking in a mirror. I would encourage you to go back and read last months newsletter or blog if you have not already done so. This month I am going to share some advice as we look into the window of new possibilities for the year 2017.

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Feb 12, 2017

How to Survive Valentines Day as a Single


By Michelle Peterson

Valentine’s Day can be one of the most brutal holidays for single people to endure. While the holiday season can be tough to endure without a partner by your side, Valentine’s Day is sure to fill your social media feeds with photos of all the happy couples in your social circle – along with, of course, the obligatory brag-fests about the expensive jewelry, dozens of roses, and delectable boxes of gourmet chocolate their loves have showered them with. If you’re going it alone for Valentine’s Day this year, here are a few ways to cope.

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Jan 17, 2017

WELCOME to 2017!!!

With 2017 here it is a great time to reflect on the past year and look into the new year for new beginnings.  It’s like looking into a mirror on the past years accomplishments and set backs and then looking through a window at new beginnings and possibilities that this new year could bring. 

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Testimonials

We would all highly recommend The Big D and we are eternally grateful for this magnificent program to bring the healing of Jesus to hurting teens

- Robyn Besemann

If Krista is available to you to help you with your Journey Through Divorce, I say grab on and let her guide you through your own recovery and ultimate prosperity. Words can never define what Krista has meant to me!

- Margo Martin

I highly recommend Krista Smith to anyone who has suffered significant loss such as death, divorce or blended family dynamics.

- Pastor Dave Johnson

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